Foley on Microsoft


Microsoft Builds a Bridge from iOS and Android to Windows

The company's strategy is aimed at attracting more developer support for its multiple Windows 10 platforms.

Hardware's New Supporting Role at Microsoft

Microsoft is using its modest hardware offerings to deliver its expanding portfolio of services and software.

Will Windows 10 Become a Subscription Model?

As Microsoft continues its march toward a subscription-centric business model, customers are on the hunt for the hidden gotchas.

Will the New Microsoft Universal Apps Strategy Succeed?

More than Windows 10 itself, the Microsoft "Universal Apps" strategy is a true, bet-the-business initiative for the company.

Satya Nadella's One-Year Report Card as Redmond's CEO

Here's how Microsoft's third CEO did in his first year.

Predicting the Unpredictable from Microsoft

In more than three decades of closely observing Microsoft, there's never been a year as unpredictable as the past 12 months in Redmond.

5 Microsoft Changes That Mattered Most

The company's 2014 will go down as one of the busiest for the company, and these five changes will help to define the Microsoft of tomorrow.

When Will Microsoft Have To Stop Milking Its Windows Cow?

Microsoft's shift in focus on strengthening its offered services and providing compatible software across multiple platforms is a good indication that the company has plans to stay relevant in a post-Windows OS world.

6 Key New Microsoft Cloud Services

IT should keep an eye on some of Microsoft's upcoming cloud-based services, including Power BI and Enterprise Mobility Suite.

What's the Future for Surface Tablets?

Will Nadella's Microsoft look to stop its Surface push? Or will the company give it some more time to grow?

What's Next for Microsoft Office?

Following with the rest of the company's new mission statement, the Office team has been focused on mobile, cloud and non-Windows platforms.

Microsoft Is No Longer Windows First

Redmond is now strongly focused on making sure all your devices play nicely with one another, no matter where you are or what OS you're running.

How Fast Can Microsoft's Trains Go Without a Derailment?

As Redmond shifts focus to a quicker release cadence, the challenge is bringing enterprise customers on board.

Universal Windows Revives 'Three Screens and a Cloud' Strategy

While Redmond has been talking up its "One Windows" philosophy for years now, the company is finally in a position to actually deliver.

Bing Seeps Deeper into the Microsoft Core

As Microsoft continues to find more places where it can integrate Bing , it's becoming less and less likely the company can -- or will -- sell off Bing.

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